Hocoma releases 5 new exercises for ArmeoSpring and ArmeoSenso
Our partner Hocoma is pleased to release five new game-like exercises for the ArmeoSpring and ArmeoSenso. The Armeo range of devices enables patients to practise and repeat movements with their hands and/or arms to support their recovery and restore their movement. Each device comes with a suite of applications and game-like exercises to engage and motivate patients throughout their therapy.
The ArmeoSenso is a new sensor-based solution from Hocoma for arm function recovery. The ArmeoSenso provides highly intensive arm therapy for patients with mild to moderate impairments. It’s self-initiated, active, motivating, and repetitive arm movement in a 3D workspace. It is versatile and easy-to-use, with different settings that can be safely operated by patients. The hand module allows the patient to interact with the Augmented Performance Feedback exercises and train gripping function. We are pleased to offer clinical trials with the ArmeoSenso device, read more.
The ArmeoSpring features an adjustable exoskeleton which supports the whole arm, from shoulder to hand, and counterbalances the weight of the patient’s arm. By providing arm weight support, the ArmeoSpring enables patients to use any remaining motor functions and encourages them to achieve a higher number of reach and grasp movements based on specific therapy goals. The activities are based on the patient’s own movements, and built-in sensors record the active movements and all joint angles during the therapy session.